Oversharing details at first days is very common things and men and women who overshare do it because of anxiety. They are anxious about many things like whether you are attracted to them, or whether if you are successful enough, or whether if you're interested or not and so on. They may not look anxious, but they are anxious nonetheless.
Many men and women who overshare about their lives are aware that they were taking things a little fast, but they do want to get an immediate response from you. And the way they accomplish this by invoking emotional intimacy which is really a turn-off during the early stages of the relationship. If you're dating someone and within a couple of weeks of the relationship they start oversharing, then It's wise you move on and find someone else, who is more prudent and possess better emotional judgment.
Here are three things you shouldn't overshare while on a new date:
Don't Overshare About Past Relationships
During the early phases of dating, don't reveal too much about your previous relationships. Don't share details about why your relationship failed or why your former partner left and so on. People who overshare about their past relationships and exes are often labeled as angry, critical or defensive. They are also assumed that they haven't moved on from their previous relationship or their exes. So, if you want to start a relationship, always remember that you and your new date are starting fresh.
Don't Overshare About Finances
During early dating, you shouldn't share too much detail about your salary, you bank balances or credit card debts. Talking about how many homes you have, what kind of car you drive, or what place you had your last vacation should also be avoided. Men and women, who want to go on a date, anticipate about having a great relationship, and they don't want to be with someone who needs to brag about their finances. When you get in a relationship, you and your partner will have plenty of know about each other's financial situation. For the moment, focus on getting emotionally connected.
Don't Overshare Personal Details of Family Members and Friends
Oversharing details about someone else's life, or people who are close to you and whom your date might in the future–depicts that the individual doesn't have boundaries and shows no respect for the privacy of that individual. If you two commit to a serious relationship, there will be plenty of chances to talk to your close friends and family members. Revealing too much information that doesn't concern you makes you critical and gossipy. Besides, healthy individuals dislike hearing about to such details of other people. Most of all, if you share someone else's life details, your date will probably think, that you will also talk about him and her to your friends and family behind their backs. So, have good boundaries and respect privacy of others.
The takeaway here is relationships and dates should all be bringing the best of oneself to the table and getting emotionally connected with the other person. It's should more about getting to know each other better, and less about each other's previous partners and relationships, personal finances and gossips about family and friends.